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I will use the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach to help support you in working through your difficulties.  I very much so embrace the approach of us working together, side-by-side. CBT is an evidence-based talking therapy which looks at how thoughts, feelings and behaviours are all interconnected. By making small changes to how we think and behave, can change how we feel and create meaningful change in our everyday lives. CBT is not a long-term therapy and sessions typically last between 6-20 sessions (with room for flexibility). Therapy can therefore be practical and affordable.  

NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Guidelines recommend CBT as an effective form of treatment for Anxiety Disorders, including Generalised Anxiety Disorder.

In addition to listening to you carefully and helping you gain insight into your difficulties, I will be able to introduce you to some helpful tools and useful techniques which you can use out-with our sessions to help minimise your symptoms. I will also take time to help you understand why your body and brain respond in the way that they do when you are anxious. This often helps reduce the worry around what you are experiencing.
Everyone's story is different and so I will take time to hear how it is for you by doing a careful assessment. This will allow us to create a helpful treatment plan which will best meet your needs. 


Whilst I work with all types of anxiety, I have a special interest in treating the symptoms of Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Through my clinical experience, I realised how important it was for a therapist to thoroughly understand GAD and how best to treat people who experience the symptoms of GAD. I am particularly passionate about working in this area and in supporting my clients in feeling 'lighter' and happier.

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